You will see a woman who “dematerializes” under the sheets and suddenly reappears 12 minutes later.
The chilling footage was captured by a family from Droitwich just days after the woman reported vivid memories of being abducted.
The camera was set up by her husband in an attempt to calm her down and help her sleep better after her story. On that particular night, she experiences a second abduction, and in the morning, the camera footage from the night is checked.
In the footage, the husband is sleeping on the left and the wife on the right. The blanket on the woman’s side lifts up, but then falls onto the bed, and she’s gone. After 12.5 minutes, the blanket is raised very high again and when it comes down, the woman is visible again.
The family was unable to retrieve the video file from the infrared camera as it was not designed for this purpose. To do this they connect the camera to a monitor and then record the screen.
Dave Hodrien, lead researcher at the Birmingham UFO Group, analyzed the footage and concluded it was “genuine and not a deliberate hoax”.
BirminghamLive turns to Nick Pope, who investigated reports of UFO sightings at the British Ministry of Defense between 1991 and 1994, to share his thoughts and experiences on the subject and the case.
“I have seen this video before and have met the family, although I have not personally investigated the case.
Honestly, there’s not much middle ground here: it’s either a hoax or something truly spooky and, perhaps, out of this world. Unfortunately, I took early retirement from the Ministry of Defense before I saw this video.
If I had the footage while working in the UFO desk, and if I had access to the camera equipment, I could have provided a proper scientific analysis using the intelligence community’s image analysis resources and capabilities. That would quickly tell me if the recording was real or fake.”